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Travel Advice Hub
From Brexit to accessible travel, we round up the latest information and advice for campers, caravanners and motorhome users
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The past few years have been a rocky time for the UK. We've been rocked politically by Britain's withdrawal from the European Union and we've been forced to stay home to protect ourselves and our loved ones from Coronavirus.
Whilst we've felt the effects of being unable to travel because of restrictions on movement to slow the spread of COVID-19, we're yet to feel the full effect of Brexit as many of us haven't yet made a trip across the Channel to mainland Europe yet. Some things have remained as they were, other things have changed.
We're bringing together all our resources into one space; our Travel Advice Hub.
AR Guide to: Accessible Travel
Read our miniguide to Accessible Travel in Europe
As part of our 'Open to All' initiative, we've compiled the ultimate miniguide to accessible travel in Europe.
Read our interactive guide below and download for free.
We firmly believe that travel should be accessible to everyone. It's wonderful to journey somewhere new, instil a sense of adventure in the little ones, discover new cultures, learn, experience, and stimulate.
But for some, travel can be challenging. So we've compiled a guide to accessible travel within Europe, ranking everything from street movement and attractions to transport and rural travel.
How has Brexit changed EU travel?
Got a question? We've got you covered
Since Britain left the European Union in January 2020, some things have changed.
We've outlined the changes that will affect you when you next travel to the continent. Some things like consumer rights remain unchanged, but things that you may have taken for granted whilst we were a member of the EU have changed and will require you to do a little planning before you travel.
Learning the basics: Language
We can't deny it, we Brits have the habit of expecting everyone to be able to speak English, and whilst many European countries can speak English, it is polite and often welcomed, to attempt to speak the native language (however bad you are at it!).
With a little practice, you can pick some basics which will come in handy when travelling on the continent.
Vehicle Access Regulations
Even at the best of times, cities aren't the easiest places to navigate. One-way roads, stop/start traffic, road closures and other hazards make for a stressful experience. As we become more aware of the pollution that traditional vehicles emit, many countries are implementing Low Emission Zones or LEZs in a bid to reduce pollution in urban areas. Each country has a different system which can get confusing, so we've broken down what's what and where.
Learning the basics: Driving abroad
If you plan to drive abroad, through one or more countries, it's best to know the local rules and regulations because they will all differ slightly. Speed limits, winter equipment, using motorways, headlights, horns and everything in between. Get the lowdown on the what, where, how and when.
LGBTQ+ Friendly Destinations in Europe
Generally speaking, Europe is one of the world's most progressive and open continents when it comes to equal treatment and gay rights but some disparities between countries still exist. Whatever you identify as, feeling safe abroad is important; to you and us. So, with the help of Pride Expeditions, we've compiled a miniguide to Europe's friendliest countries for LGBTQ+ travellers.
The Ultimate Camping Dictionary
At Alan Rogers, we're experts in all things camping, caravanning and motorhoming. This pastime has a host of words and phrases that can be alien to newbies or first-timers, so we've compiled the ULTIMATE camping dictionary!
Advice for UK travellers on actions you may need to take if you are travelling in or to the EU post-Brexit.
Our long term campsite assessor John Corrall has been travelling to the continent with his caravan for over 30 years.
UK travel is open and restrictions are easing but we should all be vigilant and considerate of others so how do you camp post-lockdown?
We are all considering how we can be a little bit greener in our everyday lives, but it is just as important to be as environmentally friendly on holiday as it is at home.
There's a first time for everything. Camping is a more laid back type of holiday, there's no rushing to the airport or endless waiting. Just pitch up and relax.
When you camp, your comfort entirely depends on what you bring with you, so it is worth spending a little time making sure you have everything you need.